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Books & Other

Introduction to Shinto/ The Way of the Kami
by Rev. Yukiyasu Yamamoto, 97th Generation High Priest of Tsubaki Grand Shrine

Written in both English and Japanese, this is the first book of Yukiyasu Yamamoto Guji the 97th Generation High Priest of Tsubaki Grand Shrine in MIE, Japan.  These treasures are now available at Tsubaki Grand Shrine of America. Yamamoto Guji-san is an extraordinary man of penetrating spirituality and dedication. Simple yet conveying understanding of the profound depth  of the Way of the Kami this book is a must for all who wish to deepen their understanding of Shinto and Life.

$30.00 (+ S&H)
by Rev. Dr. Yukitaka Yamamoto
(96th generation High Priest of Tsubaki Grand Shrine)

Highly recommended as the 1st book to read for introduction to Jinja Shinto


by Rev. Ann Evans

A book of the basic Norito (Shinto prayers) in Japanese and Romaji (phonetically written in English) with complete translation to English. A must have for any one wishing to practice Shinto in the West.


by J.W.T. Mason

O riginally published in 1935, this book conveys rare insight into Shinto's intuitive wisdom and contemporary expression.


by Aki Izumoi

Large book of Japanese Shinwa (myths) delightfully illustrated with text in English and simple Japanese. This book will delight children and adults without fail.




Kotsunazen (metal) Traffic safety.

Kotsunazen sticker
Traffic safety

Safety sticker.


Mottainai is a Japanese term for reduce, reuse, recycle. Also conveying a sense of regret concerning waste when the intrinsic value of an object or resource is not properly appreciated and/or utilized. Mottainai is widely used in everyday life to indicate the waste of any material object, time, energy or other resource.

It is the way of KAMUNAGARA that acknowledges the meaning of universal existence and value...it utilizes everything without waste, studies the meaning behind everything and the will of the Kami....learning the functions and values that prosper naturally in peace and harmony....in Oharahi-no-kotoba it relates to the line: ONOGA HAHA OKASERU TSUMI referring to the actions against Kamunagara.

MOTTAINAI BAGS are 100% cotton (15 1/2 " x 15"x 3 1/2" with long handle [28"] for shoulder bag) and printed in 4 colors

Bags are available at $10.00 each.

Tsubaki Teacup
Tsubaki America Shrine Shimenawa Teacup, the poem says that OKamisama and Human Beings both benefit from relationship.